I especially enjoyed the ending and how it became personal to every listener.
It was real with a large dose of hope.
Not sure. I enjoyed his telling of the story. He did a great job staying in character.
Every Man Is a Job
I have loved reading books by Ted Dekker. I did not find this one as well written as some of his other books. I thought his word choice and expressions were a bit cheesy at times and some of the drama was a bit drawn out and not necessary for the story line.
The main character was intelligent, and gutsy. It was also enjoyable learning about another culture through the eyes of the characters.
How she so cleverly went about solving the mysteries.
The scene with the witch doctors wife.
A woman breaks down cultural boundaries to fearlessly pursue her greatest passion and tap into her greatest talents.
I enjoyed the audio version. It was especially nice hearing it read in the author's voice.
The real life stories of young gang members trying to break free to live a more promising fulfilling life. Some of the stories that didn't always end up the way you would like drove home the point that real life isn't always as "perfect" as we would like, but with God, all things work together for good.
I liked hearing him read the story in his own words which were sometimes colorful. He relates to these young adults in a way they understand.
Enriching the lives of the marginalized through unconditional love.
Yes. It was frustrating to watch the character continuously travel back to her dark places.
Helen, because it was ultimately her story.
Ted Dekker always creates interesting characters who have identifiable struggles. There is always a strong message that shares the love of God. I always finish with a greater sense of God when I read one of his books. I enjoyed this trilogy.
This was a difficult read because it was so dark, but in the end, I really liked it. It had a strong message.
The priest, Danny.
The end when they understood the essence of God's love.
This book reminded me of the TV series Dexter. It was very dark. In the end I loved it. The journey profoundly drove home the essence that we are not to judge others or in the process we become sinful ourselves. We are to LOVE.
Because I like to listen to books in the car and when I work out.
Very honest talk to husbands and wives about God's design for marriage.
The voice of the husband and wife to really engage in what is being said.
It made me think and want to improve.
Good, engaging listen!
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